Awesome new Flea/Tick/Mosquito Spray Recipe!

There are now MORE ticks than ever…  flea season is getting LONGER

All of this means that our pets are getting exposed to more commercial insecticides, and all those side effects.

In today’s newsletter I am sharing a new flea and tick spray recipe, but I do want to mention a supplement that can really help your itchy dog or cat’s skin in general…

It’s the bioflavonoid found in apple… Quercetin.

We now have a Quercetin supplement that can DECREASE the itching:


Dr Jones’ NEW Natural Flea and Tick Spray Remedy that is Safe for Dogs and Cats

Specifics about the spray ingredients:

  • Witch Hazel is non alcoholic, therefore safe to lick and soothing to the skin- a great skin anti inflammatory
  • Coconut Oil is a proven Natural repellent, and very safe for our pets
  • Neem oil is the most studied and effective natural insect repellent- and diluted to less than 2% so safe for our pets
  • Cedarwood oil is also a studied and proven repellent, and diluted to less than 1% so safe for topical application to our dogs and cats
  • Lavender has antihistamine qualities, and diluted to less than 1% so safe topically


  • Lightly mist your pets, avoid face/eyes/mouth
  • Use a flea comb to spread it through
  • For dogs you can safely spray 3 times/week, for cats safely spray once/week


  • 1/2 cup (120ml) Non alcoholic Witch Hazel Extract
  • 1/4 cup (60ml) Liquid Coconut Oil
  • 3 droppers (3ml) Neem Oil
  • 10 drops (.5ml) Cedarwood Essential Oil
  • 10 drops (.5ml) Lavender Essential Oil


Field studies on the mosquito repellent action of neem oil…

Pleasant-Smelling Wood Oil Not So Pleasant for Biting Ticks, Other Pests…… .

Best Wishes,

Dr Andrew




P.S. If you have an ALLERGIC pet, you should try Quercetin… .and we NOW have a Quercetin Supplement!

Help your itchy pet with this…

4 thoughts on “Awesome new Flea/Tick/Mosquito Spray Recipe!”

  1. Wow, so great to have found a vet who gives you a recipe for your dog food. I’ve been feeding fresh food to my dogs for 20 years, trying to tell people that manufactured food is for profit only, has nothing to do with the animals nutrition. I use chicken and sweet potato along with supplements but do you have other recipes you could suggest as well ? So happy to have found you !

    1. Witch Hazel has lot of usage.
      Dog Ear Infections can be very difficult to treat. Dr Jones shows you 2 new remedies. One new natural option for cleaning an infected dog ear, then a new holistic answer to treating a dog with a recurring ear infection.

      Ear infections are very common in dogs, you will notice they will shake their heads, scratch their ears, the inner ear will be red and inflamed, as well as a smell will emanate.

      The first remedy is witch hazel with aloe vera. Witch hazel is an astringent and will bind to fat molecules and get the debris within the ear. Aloe Vera is an anti inflammatory and will soothe their ears.

      Using a syringe, and tilting their ear flap, squirt roughly 15 mls for a dog Pipi’s size, and rub base of the ear well. You will hear the liquid move around, this is getting the liquid down the canal to clean.

      After this, take a cotton ball and wipe any excess. You’ll continue this process until the cotton ball is completely clean, you may have to use multiple syringes of the witch hazel.

      To treat the ear infections, Dr. Jones recommends to use remedies that are antibacterial, antifungal and anti inflammatory. He uses 2tbls of coconut oil, melted, and 2tbls of apple cider vinegar, mixed. Add to a small bowl, draw into a 3cc syringe, tilt ear flap back, add 5-10 drops into the ear canal. Add twice per day, for 7-10 days, and then rub the base of the ear like you would with the witch hazel, until healed.

      Check this link for the video on how to use Witch Hazel:

  2. Hi Dr. Jones
    What could I use in place of witch hazel? I can’t use it due to an allergic reaction.
    Thank you for any help you could send my way.
    God bless you
    Jude, from Kentucky

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